Founded in 1971 in British Columbia, Canada Greenpeace International is the world's most successful and valuable environmental organization. Greenpeace International is aggressive in many campaigns, especially in the area of nuclear testing and stopping sea protection. Greenpeace actively protested against genetic engineering, bottom trawling, deforestation, global warning and nuclear energy, just to name but a few.
Greenpeace International is headquartered in Amsterdam, with active fronts in 41 different countries. The local chapters work independently of Greenpeace's work in their own environment, operating within the larger Greenpeace International organization, with pyramid-type infrastructure.
A number of bottom-up support has been funded, and infrastructure and funds are funded by over 2.8 million support and charity organizations. Greenpeace is largely due to its independence from governments and companies. Greenpeace International's goal is to take advantage of peaceful and creative communication measures to illustrate the world's global environmental problems. Greenpeace's key objective is to preserve the world's biodiversity. With empathy for peaceful communication, Greenpeace is in a position to raise the world media's attention. For example, its members place them between the whale and the harpoon. Greenpeace already knew that its volunteers infiltrated the G8 summit in Germany on artificial skis for greater media coverage.
Greenpeace International operates a number of large-scale campaigns that fit into its flagship agenda with rotating sequences. Greenpeace endeavors to provide solutions to the environmental concerns of the world under the flag to create maritime shrines and find renewable energy sources. Greenpeace International is currently focusing on the effects of global warming, conserving natural forests and the cleanliness of the world's oceans.
Greenpeace International is proactive in its encouragement to prevent the removal of toxic chemicals and harmful carcinogens from advanced manufacturing methods. Greenpeace's international aspirations are also supported by sustainable, low-impact agriculture around the world.